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  • #46


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    • #47
      Moss is one of the few WR who can catch Favre's wild passes these days.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by tjsunstein View Post
        Moss is one of the few WR who can catch Favre's wild passes these days.
        Outside of one highlight catch, Moss has had stone hands this year. He's actually had trouble with drops for some time.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Basileus777 View Post
          Outside of one highlight catch, Moss has had stone hands this year. He's actually had trouble with drops for some time.
          He only tends to drop passes when he doesn't give a ****.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by gpngc View Post
            ^He's a dynamic deep threat and great red-zone talent but little else... I saw him miss multiple blocks last night and he never goes over the middle... not really much of a YAC guy anymore either...

            Think about it - he barely got the ball at all this season and the Pats offense has been fine aside from the Jet game (a defense where Moss doesn't matter anyway because Revis negates him).
            The only major value Moss has in that offense is his red zone presence. Broncos run a similar offense to the Pats with Jabar Gaffney and Brandon Lloyd - both of who are putting up huge yardage between the twenties. Moving the ball without Moss is easy, but losing him in the redzone will hurt a bit.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Timbathia View Post
              The only major value Moss has in that offense is his red zone presence. Broncos run a similar offense to the Pats with Jabar Gaffney and Brandon Lloyd - both of who are putting up huge yardage between the twenties. Moving the ball without Moss is easy, but losing him in the redzone will hurt a bit.
              The way Aaron Hernandez is playing, combine that with Edelman and Welker underneath and I think they'll be fine in the red zone...

              Brady won 3 super bowls without a big name receiver (Brown was solid but not amazing.)

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              • #52
                Originally posted by WinslowBodden View Post
                Brady won 3 super bowls without a big name receiver (Brown was solid but not amazing.)
                There's little point in comparing the Pats to their early 2000s counterparts. They have one of the worst defenses in the league, they aren't going to win a title with that old formula anytime soon.

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                • #53
                  What did Simmons originally tweet to get this thing started?


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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Timbathia View Post
                    The only major value Moss has in that offense is his red zone presence. Broncos run a similar offense to the Pats with Jabar Gaffney and Brandon Lloyd - both of who are putting up huge yardage between the twenties. Moving the ball without Moss is easy, but losing him in the redzone will hurt a bit.
                    Rob Gronkowski is a beast in the red zone and don't forget about Taylor Price who is stashed on IR i believe. Brandon Tate will probably see a lot more targets too
                    Last edited by ryno626; 10-05-2010, 07:52 PM. Reason: more info

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Basileus777 View Post
                      There's little point in comparing the Pats to their early 2000s counterparts. They have one of the worst defenses in the league, they aren't going to win a title with that old formula anytime soon.
                      Uhhh yeah but Tom Brady is also better and older and has played well with receivers that weren't game breakers which is the point.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Basileus777 View Post
                        There's little point in comparing the Pats to their early 2000s counterparts. They have one of the worst defenses in the league, they aren't going to win a title with that old formula anytime soon.
                        Brady still had success on offense.
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                        • #57
                          When Brady goes back to sub 4000 yards, 25 or so TDs, and less than 64% completion, we can all admit that Randy deserved the MVP over him.
                          Originally posted by SNIPER26
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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Go_Eagles77 View Post
                            If they really were planning on parting ways with Moss after this season, it's definitely a good move.
                            Exactly. Throw away this season for a chance to add a nice pick in the 90's or #100 next April. That guy might develop into a starter even. :???:

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
                              Exactly. Throw away this season for a chance to add a nice pick in the 90's or #100 next April. That guy might develop into a starter even. :???:
                              It won't even be all that much higher than the comp pick they would get.

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                              • #60
                                The Pats are better without him, imo. He's become a one trick pony, and has made Tom Brady worse. Tom spreads the ball around so much better without Moss, which is what made Tom Brady so amazing in the first place.

                                With Moss out, we just see more Hernandez, more Tate, and maybe we get to see some Taylor Price in some situations. He might be amazing for the Vikings, but it's addition by subtraction for the Patriots at this point.

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